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Re: Things you dislike having to do this time of year

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12-27-2012 12:57:08

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Most of the time my system works just fine but once in a while it gets knocked out of whack and when it does you have to play with it. I have an over flow set up so the extra water goes into a pond I have. To bad I do not have it so the pond waters the animals but the pond just isn't in the right place and boy ponds are very very hard to move LOL

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12-27-2012 13:10:13

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 Re: Things you dislike having to do this time of year in reply to old, 12-27-2012 12:57:08  
Years ago we had a sand point driven into a side hill about 50 foot. Water would gravity fill the tank from the sand point.

Had an over flow on the tank that ran to a creek.

That worked fairly well all winter if the ground was fairly moist. The flow would dry up quite often though.


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12-27-2012 17:05:20

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 Re: Things you dislike having to do this time of year in reply to IaGary, 12-27-2012 13:10:13  
The springs in my sisters field have run downhill and flooded over about 3 acres turning it into a skating rink. I managed to find a source of the water with the tractor yesterday and nearly got stuck.

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12-27-2012 13:23:03

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 Re: Things you dislike having to do this time of year in reply to IaGary, 12-27-2012 13:10:13  
Ya a lot of the time the horses can get water from a spring but when your 12 inches behind in rain some how that spring water just doesn't make it down the little branch to the area where the horses can get is since it drys up and goes under ground before getting that far

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